Monday, August 02, 2010

Help us reach 100,000 on the Temple Mount Petition

Dear friends,
Thank you for already reading and signing the petition for the Temple Mount. Here is an update on the situation. A few months ago a historic debate was held in the Knesset Law Committee to decide if hearings should be held on the issue of Jewish ascent. Despite false testimony by a representative of the Minister of Internal Security, a vote to hold the Temple Mount hearings passed by a vote of 12-0 along with 1 abstention. However the head of the Law Committee MK David Rotem of Yisrael Beitenu is stalling the hearings for political reasons. In addition the Israeli Police are again allowing large scale illegal digging on the Mount.

Friends, now is the time to act! The Knesset is on summer break and will resume in 3 months. This gives us time to rally the world Jewry and all those who love justices and mercy for the sake of the Temple Mount. We have an historic opportunity to return Jewish Prayer to the Temple Mount; we have an historic opportunity to turn the Mount as is written in Isaiah 56:7 into “A House of Prayer for all Nations”. Where all Nations can find a common spiritual ground and stand as one before He whose Name is One. Maybe this place can help bring a little peace and tranquility to an increasing volatile world.

Please urge all your friends and family to sign the petition for Jewish Prayer on the Temple Mount and help insure that all humanity can come together and pray together. Post the petition on blogs, websites, twitter, facebook and send via email! I have spoken to Knesset Members and they want to hear your voice! They want to be empowered and emboldened to take the courageous steps that are needed to make this dream a reality. Today Knesset Member Danny Danon stated in a interview on Temple Talk, that he needs this groundswell of support! Help us reach an ambitious goal of 100,000 on the petition! At this time nearly 5,000 have signed, if everyone brings another 20 we can easily reach the goal and even more!  Check the petition homepage for more actions in the coming weeks and months! 

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